- 810 Dearborn St.
- Houses 150 residents
- Room size: 13' x 16' 7.5"
- Window size: 66.5" high x 92.5" wide
- Floor-to-ceiling height: 9'
- Bed size: 79" x 36" (twin extra long)
- Closet dimensions: 25" deep, 41" wide, 65" tall
- Dresser: three drawers, 3'1" tall, 2'9" wide, 1'8" deep
- Bulletin board: 3'4" tall, 10' wide
- Desk: 4'9" tall, 3'6" wide, 2' deep
Rooms in Irwin Hall are arranged in suites. Two rooms with a connecting bathroom house four people. If you have questions about what to bring and what the halls have, the links on the left will assist you.
Meet the Irwin Hall Staff
Shevonne "Shevy" Booze is a first-year graduate school student in the higher education administration master's program at the University of Kansas. Shevy received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sociology and Justice Studies in May 2014 from Northeastern Illinois University. She is a member of Theta Chi Omega National Multicultural Sorority where she served as community service, philanthropy and recruitment chairs. An area of interest and passion for Shevy is community and volunteer services. Shevy looks forward to being at Baker University and bringing her creative energy to the area of Student Affairs and sharing her passion for serving others.
Kristina Heinrich is a sophomore religion and psychology major from Wilson, Kan. She is involved in Student Activities Council, choir, Speech Choir, and Baker Serves. Kristina loves to sing and chose Baker because she felt at home while touring campus. She looks forward to getting to know the residents in Irwin Hall and working with the Irwin Hall team!
Hannah "Liz" Jordan is the senior resident assistant for Irwin Hall. As a senior art history and business major at Baker, Liz is involved in the BU cross country team, BRaV, and FCA. She is from Leavenworth, Kan., and decided to come to Baker because the first time she stepped on campus, she felt like she was at home. Liz enjoys reading, traveling (she visited 36 cities in the US, UK, Europe and Middle East last year!), and doing puzzles in her spare time. She can't wait to get to know all of her residents.
Alexia "Lexi" Nyoni is a junior accounting and business major from Harare, Zimbabwe. She is an active member of Mungano and Speech Choir. Lexi chose Baker because a family member recommended it to her. She loves shopping, gummy bears and reading romance novels. She enjoys being an RA because she loves meeting new people and making new friends!
Lauren Fleener is a senior sociology major from Oak Grove, Mo. She chose Baker because it "felt like home." Lauren enjoys being around animals, reading, watching sports, being with friends, shopping and music. Her favorite color is green and she is looking forward to getting to know new faces and creating new relationships with first-year students.